Get tickets for the Feb. 27 rock n' roll benefit for UPC: John Aulabaugh and "Live Music with Purpose"
Youth Council attends CADCA's Capitol Hill Day 2015 and meets local legislators.
See how Unified Prevention Coalition and Youth Council supported NIDA Drug Facts Week.
Support the campaign against Prescription & Opiate Drug Abuse! Find out how.
"Perils of the College Drinking Culture" forums coming April 14 & May 20. Find out more.
Join the "Don't Drink and Drive" campaign. See how you can support the initiative!
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Keep our youth and young adults safe and drug free
Learn more about what UPC is doing in Fairfax County to help fight substance abuse.
Become a UPC member, Youth Council member, or look for specific volunteer opportunities! See how you or your organization can support UPC's work in Fairfax County.
Help us support the coalition and its community programs! Donate as a company, an organization or as an individual. See the impact you will make and how your tax-deductible donation will help us!
“Whose Life Has Not Been Touched by Substance Abuse?”
Special thanks to Jack and Kathy Briggs, who asked their family and friends to make donations to the Unified Prevention Coalition in memory of their beloved son Kevin, 21.
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